Taco Bell worker accused in customer-groping case in Fargo set to plead guiltyFARGO – A Taco Bell worker accused of groping the breasts of two customers in the drive-thru and offering one of them free food in exchange is set to change his plea to guilty.
By: Emily Welker, Forum News Service, INFORUM, Forum News Service
FARGO – A Taco Bell worker accused of groping the breasts of two customers in the drive-thru and offering one of them free food in exchange is set to change his plea to guilty.
Austin James Brady, 20, of Fargo, is set for a guilty plea in October in Cass County District Court in the criminal case against him.
Brady was charged June 11 with one count of C felony breaking into a vehicle and one count of B misdemeanor sexual assault.
Court documents allege that in two separate incidents around 2 a.m. in March and April, Brady asked a vehicle to pull out of the drive-thru lane at the Taco Bell at 2121 S. University Drive. He was then accused of grabbing the breasts of a woman in the car when he brought the customers their food.
In the March incident, Brady allegedly told one of the women he would give them free food if they would party with him.
Taco Bell spokespeople previously told The Forum that Brady was still employed there.
A court official said Brady’s change of plea hearing is set for next month.